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Neo-Confucianism


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The school of Chinese philosophy that developed the thought of Confucius from the Sung period (960–1279) onwards. It adds to Confucian ethics metaphysical discussion of the nature of such concepts as chi, li, and yin and yang, none of these being concepts that are developed in the work of Confucius himself.

Subjects: Religion.


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